EDUCATION ROUND TABLE WITH DR. RAND PAUL: SCHOOL CHOICE

This school choice round table meets tomorrow, Tuesday October 25, 2016 at 3 pm at: Midwest Church of Christ 2115 Garland Avenue Louisville, KY Panelists Include: Lt. Governor Jenean Hampton Pastor Jerry Stephenson, Pastor Midwest Church of Christ Heather Huddleston, Executive Director of School Choice Scholarships Robert Blair, Former Headmaster at KCD and founder of…

More on the quality control problems with Kentucky’s high school diplomas – Part 3

If it did nothing else, a recently released, rather disappointing report about For All Kids, How Kentucky is Closing the High School Graduation Gap for Low-Income Students did focus attention on how Kentucky’s low-income students are faring. So, for Part 3 of our blogs about the problems with Kentucky’s high school diplomas in 2016, let’s…

Recent urban district study shows many charter schools outperform

Last year the Center for Research on Education Outcomes (CREDO) at Stanford University published a report on the way charter schools perform for inner city students in some of the nation’s major urban areas. In its “Urban Charter School Study, March 2015” report, CREDO provides two graphs that show the relative performance of those urban…

Kentucky’s high school diploma quality control problems continue in 2016 – Part 2

I’ve been writing about obvious quality control problems with the award of high school diplomas in Kentucky for several years. Now, I am updating that work with results from the 2016 Unbridled Learning reports, and the situation remains very serious. I opened this blog series yesterday with comments about how Kentucky’s official high school graduation…

Kentucky’s high school diploma quality control problems continue in 2016 – Part 1

I’ve been writing about obvious quality control problems with the award of high school diplomas in Kentucky for several years. Now, I am updating that work with results from the 2016 Unbridled Learning reports, and the situation remains very serious. Quite simply, there continues to be extensive evidence that Kentucky schools are handing out a…